Designed by Sir William Chambers (who also designed the Temple of Diana and New Bridge) in the mid-18th Century, the stone gateway and flanking brick garden walls were for many years in a poor state of repair. This was a result of severe weathering and damage caused by self-seeding plants in between the gaps in the structure.
The project took four months to complete and involved carefully dismantling and rebuilding the top half of the gateway in order to restore its original alignment, replacing stones in poor condition, taking down and rebuilding areas of the brick wall and redecoration of the 19th Century iron gate.
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